Amelia Hancock

March 24, 1993 - August 7, 2023

03/24/1993 - 08/07/2023

Amelia Myra Hancock, a beloved daughter and cherished friend to many, passed away on August 7, 2023, in Norfolk, Virginia. She was born on March 24,1993, in Germany. Amelia lived a remarkable life filled with love, compassion, and an unwavering dedication to helping others.

Throughout her journey, Amelia actively engaged in her community, dedicating countless hours to volunteer work. Her selflessness knew no bounds, as she consistently lent a helping hand to those in need, whether it be within her neighborhood or even within her own home. Amelia’s caring nature extended to anyone and everyone special to her, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of all who knew her.

Amelia’s deep-rooted connection with St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children was evident through her 18-year residency at the institution. She found solace and purpose in being a member of this remarkable community, where she shared her vibrant spirit and inspired those around her.

Education was a priority for Amelia, and she achieved her goal of completing her schooling and obtaining her High School Diploma. Her determination and drive served as an inspiration to others, showcasing the importance of lifelong learning and personal growth.

Amelia leaves behind her loving parents, who will forever hold her memory close to their hearts. She will be dearly missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her and witnessing her immense capacity for love and generosity.

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to be made to St. Mary’s Home for Disabled Children, a cause that was near and dear to Amelia’s heart. By supporting this organization, we can continue to honor her legacy of compassion and ensure that her impact lives on. To make a contribution please click HERE.

Though Amelia may no longer be physically present, her spirit will forever guide and inspire us to be better, kinder, and more compassionate individuals. Her life serves as a reminder that every act of kindness, no matter how small, has the power to make a profound difference in the lives of others. May her memory be a blessing to all who knew her, and may we continue to carry her light within our hearts.

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Helen Sellers
6 months ago

My thoughts and prayers are with you cuz.

Mary Harris
6 months ago

My dearest Mellie Belle…Thank you for your friendship and being such an amazing student! It has been my honor and privilege to be a part of your life. You will always be in my heart , I love you so❤️ The kindness you and Rachel showed me when my Daddy passed meant the world to me. Most especially because you my sweet were so hands on with that gift that you gave. You are such a special blessing to the people who love you and you have made a most beautiful mark in this world in which the rest of us remain until it’s our time to come home. Rest well my beautiful girl! I know you and Brandon are up there pranking someone, I can hear both your belly laughs from here! Well done good and faithful servant ❤️☀️ I know you are the most beautiful 😇 angel ❤️ I love you always,
Mary L Harris ☀️

Janie Mines
6 months ago

I remember when Amelia was admitted to St. Mary’s. She has always been a very dainty, beautiful sole. She toughed many people’s hearts. I am sure she is looking in on us from heaven and seeing how much she is missed. May her family be comforted knowing Amelia is not in pain anymore and in a better place. God bless you and give you peace.

C P
6 months ago

My condolences to the family. When losing a loved one it can be unbearable. In the Bible book of Isaiah 25:8 Jehovah God promises soon to “swallow up death forever.” He also promises to bring back those who have fallen asleep in death (Acts 24:15). In a little while longer this kind of pain will be a thing of the past (Revelations 21:4). May these scriptures bring you comfort in this difficult time (jw.org)

Mamie McCloud
6 months ago

Into the freedom of wind and sunshine
We let you go
Into the dance of the stars and the planets
We let you go
Into the wind’s breath and the hands of the star maker
We let you go
We love you, we miss you, we want you to be happy
Go safely, go dancing, go running home
Rest in His Hands.

Dana Langley Cherry 🍒
6 months ago

I Dana Langley Cherry 🍒 Will Love And Miss You Until The End Of My Time, I Must Say That I Piece Of Me Left With Me Cause I Haven’t Been The Same.I Can Remember When I First Met You And I Told Brenda Mitchell That I Wanted You To Be My Baby And You Were You Will Always Be Here Or Not Because I Have Kept A Special Place For You In My Heart 💖❤️ Even Though I Left And Girly Girl I Know That You Knew That I Dana Love Loved You Dearly My Sweet Sweet little Angel I Will See You On The OTHER Side Sweetheart Until Then Take Your Rest And Remember Dana Loves You Very Very much So Long A M E L I A😘😘😇

Rachelle R Bowser
6 months ago

Dear Family and friends of Amelia, this young lady taught me many things throughout the times I was blessed to spend with her. She is always going to remain in my heart “THE” beauty queen with all of her fancy clothes, jewelry, and the true presentation of what a lady is. Her smile lit up any room, and I for one feel blessed to have known you Amelia. Now you are a beautiful rose in heavens garden. Until we meet again you will forever hold a special place in my heart.
Love always,
Rachelle Bowser

Suzanne Eason
6 months ago

Melie Belie, Amelia, thank you for teaching me to be a better person and to live compassionately, listening intently and answer genuinely. Your life taught us all to look deeper and have no expectations but be amazed by everyone’s capabilities. I will miss you soooo much, but know you are dancing with many friends in Heaven……

Jenny Boyd
6 months ago

My sweet, sweet Amelia!!! You were a beautiful person inside and out! I still remember your warm loving smile and greeting when I met you for the first time. Me as a new new nurse was petrified by you faith and trust in me gave me the biggest boost in confidence. You made me a better person! And I am forever grateful!!! I have not seen you in awhile but my heart still aches knowing you are not on this earth anymore but it also is full of joy knowing in heaven you are able to do all the physical things you always wanted to do. I sure hope God lets you wear all your beautiful jewelry and fancy dresses that you loved so much! They will go perfect with the beautiful wings you have earned. I love you! Myra, you are in my thoughts and prayers. You raised a perfect young lady! I’m always here if you guys need me! Love, Jenny Boyd